The Brighton five piece return following their 2016 LP Volition, with two new tracks, When Everything Was Mine and Rrotor.
With a momentary break after Volition, releasing a ‘re-imagined’ version of Mass to kick off 2018, Phoria are just as wonderfully difficult to pin down as ever. On both tracks, Phoria explore the many layers of electronic music, each utilising the aura of what Phoria is, while standing out equally with their own individual merits.
Trewin Howard’s electronic splicing across both tracks is as marvellous as ever, especially on Rrotor where his vocals are mutated into a warped instrument, exemplifying the uniqueness of Phoria.
Everything Was Mine matches the delicate tenderness of past releases Red or Saving Us A Riot, being as equally graceful as well as intense, making for the perfect return for Phoria fans and newcomers alike.